What do the following have in common: the Ivy House Pub in Nunhead, south-east London; various football stadiums, including Manchester United’s Old Trafford; Blencathra (the Lake District mountain); and the cold war control tower at the former Greenham Common RAF base (pictured)? Answer: they are all Assets of Community Value ...
America was founded by commercial lawyers with English ideas of rule of law, free contract and rights of individuals. The early charters in the first half of the 17th century were sometimes far ahead of contemporary legal thinking in establishing rights for women and refugees. Slavery, though, was an issue ...
This book deals with the practicalities of rights over land and public control of land.
This is the fourth edition of a very handy guide which could gain a permanent place on the busy will-writer’s desk.
I was sent a pre-publication electronic copy of this book, which was launched at the Law Society at the end of April. The final version has gone through a number of revisions, including a change to chapter order.
The International Criminal Court: A Commentary on the Rome Statute (2nd edition)
This well-researched study of an interesting character (and the not-too-distant legal past) is not cheap, but it offers fascinating insights.
What feels most fresh and relevant in this collection is the articulation of a more radical approach to equality law and, indeed, to the practice of law itself.
As a reference work the many sub-headings, lists of cases and legislative instruments (and an extensive index) make the work easily navigable.
Peter Roberts has produced a valuable contribution to Lex Petrolea
Enthralling tales from the frontline
This book is written by two well-known experts and contains all the regulatory material we need to refer to.
In a crowded market, you should buy this invaluable book because it explains concepts and jargon in non-academic language.
This very readable thriller reminds David Pickup of the days when lawyers were able to mix business and pleasure in a way that might enrage the SRA in modern times.
This engaging and readable book provides practical examples of how ethical issues can arise in the legal world.
Particularly useful are the downloadable budgets, cashflow forecasts and variance analyses in their respective sections.
A light touch keeps you engrossed all the way to the enthralling end.
A timely and up-to-date survey of AI in law.